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Siemens Healthineers at EuroPCR 2024


The world’s first photon‐counting CT, NAEOTOM Alpha® with Quantum Technology, is nothing less than the total reinvention of computed tomography. Based on the revolutionary direct signal conversion of its QuantaMax detector, NAEOTOM Alpha offers high‐resolution images at minimal dose, spectral information in every scan, and improved contrast at lower noise. Benefit from a range of clinical options and breakthrough consistency never seen before – for confident clinical decision‐making and the potential to scan previously excluded patients.

NAEOTOM Alpha. CT redefined.

ARTIS icono floor angiography

ARTIS icono floor1 is the flexible, multi-axis floor system that offers ceiling-like flexibility at a lower price point. The system provides full patient coverage of 2.1 m without having to reposition the patient and 1.9 m lateral coverage, which is ideal for e.g. radial access. Installation sizes start from just 25 sqm, while the free ceiling makes installation easier and minimizes air flow impact during imaging. 

ACUSON AcuNav Volume ICE Catheter

The next generation of interventional imaging for structural heart procedures gives you greater command over visualization and outcomes2. When you’re in command, interventions have more consistent and positive outcomes. TEE and 2D ICE aren’t enough. You need tools that, reduce variables and complications by enabling conscious sedation compared to general anesthesia, allow for greater autonomy, and provide more command over visualization. 


This new cardiac ultrasound system is set to redefine cardiovascular imaging with its seamless integration of state-of-the-art AI technology, unparalleled diagnostic accuracy, and real-time insights for physicians to enhance patient care.

Learning Objectives:

  • To familiarize yourself with the 4D ICE technology and how it can support imaging and guidance in complex structural heart disease interventions
  • To understand how 4D ICE is used and its benefits in tricuspid and mitral valve procedures
  • To join an interactive discussion with experts sharing their experience with 4D ICE

Our speakers: Fabien Praz, MD (Anchorperson); Nina Wunderlich, MD (Spokesperson); Stephan von Bardeleben, MD (Discussant); Sergio Berti, MD (Discussant); Felix Kreidel, MD (Discussant)

Learning Objectives:

  • To learn about clinical evidence behind angio-based FFR
  • To understand how to identify patients who may benefit the most from its use
  • To learn step-by-step how to apply it in your daily practice

Our speakers: Salvatore Brugaletta, MD (Anchorperson); Ziad Ali, MD (Spokesperson); Alessandra Scoccia, MD (Presenter); Joost Daemen, MD (Presenter); Nicola Ryan, MD (Discussant); 
Marcel Halbach, MD (Discussant)

The symposium is in cooperation with Pie Medial Imaging.